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Hearts are dropping

Saturday, February 17, 2007


Have you seen Winter Passing?



I want to tell you about it but, as I said before, the less you know of a movie, the better your viewing experience will be...

If you must watch a trailer before renting it, watch this one, only.

The only thing I want to point out is that Will Ferrell’s performance is not shot far from the comedy of his regular not-too-sharp types he portrays. But I guess that’s the point.



Something I loved was the image recalls in the movie. In this scenario, we repeatedly see Reese (Zooey Deschanel) reflected through a glass that sets up the important character developments throughout the movie.

The first reflection is on the theater stage, introducing us to her life as an actress. Even her mirror image, first blurry and dark, is recalled later but in a much clearer and brighter frame. At some point, she refuses to see herself in her father and mother letting us only seconds to see their young faces. I won’t give away the other set ups but just know that you can find the reflection game throughout the movie.

+ The soundtrack sounds great.

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